Academic and Student Services, Offices and Activities

Important Contacts

Office of Academic Affairs, 970.248.1881
Integrated Resources for Information and Solutions (IRIS), 970.248.1177
Office of Student Services, 970.248.1366
Student Life, 970.248.1111
WCCC Student Services, 970.255.2660

Admissions Office

1100 North Avenue
800.982.6372 or 970.248.1875

The Admissions Office serves as the welcome center for prospective students and their families. Among the staff’s responsibilities are the recruitment of students and the processing of admissions applications, new student academic scholarships, and petitions for changes to residency classification for tuition purposes. Activities of the University’s student ambassadors are also coordinated through this office as well as daily tours.

Campus Recreation Services

Hamilton Recreation Center

Campus Recreation Services is established to provide varied programs and services that will contribute to the health and well-being of the students of Colorado Mesa University. Hamilton Recreation Center encourages responsible use of leisure time by providing an atmosphere that fosters the development of lifelong patterns of recreational activities and opportunities for participation in such activities regardless of age, sex, race, or motor ability. To do so, facilities and resources are designed to provide appropriate environments for participants through the following:

  • Providing access to recreation facilities, equipment, and activities for convenient, informal participation (Open Recreation Program). These facilities include a multi-sport gymnasium, outdoor basketball and sand volleyball courts, cardio machines, free weights, cross-functional Rogue Infinity training rig, TRX suspension training, reinforced medicine ball wall, racquetball courts, 38-foot climbing wall, and premier swimming pool.
  • Offering structured and non-structured opportunities for improving and maintaining physical fitness (Wellness Program). These opportunities include group exercise classes like yoga, spin, and Zumba, wellness assessments, personal training including exercise program prescription, massage therapy, and nutrition counseling.
  • Offering students significant opportunities for career development, including the acquisition of leadership, management, and technical skills in all areas of Campus Recreation Services (Student Employment Program).

Our new 24hr fitness venue, Lucero Fitness Facility, was added in 2019. All current, registered students will have MavCard access to this space. It is located in the lower level of Lucero Hall. At approximately 1,200 square feet, it includes cardio equipment, strength equipment and core/stretching equipment.

CMU also offers structured competitive and social opportunities in a variety of individual and team sports (Intramural and Club Sports). Intramural sports are free for all students at CMU. Providing an opportunity to compete against classmates, dorm mates, and other campus members in soccer, flag football, basketball, volleyball, ultimate Frisbee, softball, dodgeball, and battleship leagues and one day tournaments. Head to the Intramural Sports website or contact the Intramural Sports office at 970.248.1591 for details on how to sign up for the next league!

The CMU Club sports department oversees 24 collegiate sport teams that participate in governing bodies outside the NCAA.  These teams range from Varsity caliber sports to competitive club sports teams. However, they are all required to participate in collegiate leagues that award a National Championship at the end of the season.

Sport team: Alpine & Nordic Ski, Archery, Baseball, Bowling, Cycling, Disc Golf, E- Sports, Fencing, Ice Hockey, Rodeo, Men’s Rugby, Men’s Soccer, Men’s Volleyball, Softball, Swim/Dive, Table Tennis, tennis, Shot gun, Ultimate Frisbee, Women’s Rugby, Women’s Soccer, Women’s Volleyball, and Water Polo. For more information, please visit the CMU Athletics website or contact the Club Sports office at 970.248.1115.

Career Services

University Center, Room 107

Career Services provides resources and guidance for students and alumni in their journey toward reaching their career goals. We take an active role in providing career exploration, workshops, events, and on-campus employer visits to encourage students to investigate and gain information while creating their career path. We also help employers make campus connections to build relationships toward meeting their recruitment needs and hiring goals. Some services include:

  • Events:
    • Fairs – Career & Job, Graduate School, Teacher and Major Specific
    • On-Campus and Virtual Employer Recruiting 
    • Etiquette Dinner 
  • Office Resources:
    • Handshake (student and alumni job and internship online posting platform found in MAVzone apps) 
    • Optimal Resume (resume builder found in MAVzone apps) 
  • Student Appointment Types: 
    • Resume 
    • Cover Letter 
    • Job and Internship Search Assistance 
    • Mock Interviews
    • LinkedIn Profile Review
    • Personal Statements – Graduate School
    • Major and Minor Guidance
    • Strong Interest Inventory Interpretations

For more information and updates go to our website and follow us on FacebookInstagram, and LinkedIn


Some restrictions may apply.

Educational Access Services

Houston Hall, Room 108

Support services for students with disabilities are available through Educational Access Services (EAS), a division of Academic Services. Reasonable accommodations are determined based upon an interactive interview with the student and the impact the disability has on the student. Services can include, but are not limited to, ASL interpreting, note taking accommodations, testing accommodations, textbooks in alternate formats, closed captioning and assistive technology resources/training.  Students needing accommodations, must initiate a request for accommodations by completing the online New Student Application.  Prospective students are encouraged to contact the EAS to discuss accommodations as soon as possible since accommodations are not retroactive.

Emergency Contact Services

Lowell Heiny Hall, Room 441

The Office of the Vice President for Student Services, located in LHH 441, is the referral point for emergencies encountered by students. Issues such as messaging for emergencies while a student is in class are determined on a case-by-case basis. It is important to note that the office cannot guarantee a contact with any student due to their highly mobile behavior, but a good faith effort will be made. This service is not for non-emergency situations.

Financial Aid Office

Lowell Heiny Hall, First Floor
Financial Aid Office Website

The Financial Aid Office works with students to meet educational expenses through various monetary resources. Depending on a student’s qualifications, aid is available in the form of scholarships and grants that do not need to be repaid. Additionally, students can apply for loans that are need- or non-need-based, as well as, work-study employment.

Intercollegiate Athletics

Maverick Center

Intercollegiate athletics provides students with equitable opportunities to enhance their education, represent the University, and participate in athletics while developing skills and understanding. All undergraduate students are encouraged to participate in intercollegiate athletics as determined by their interests and capabilities.

Participation in the program, however, is secondary to the academic expectations of students. To this end, it is the responsibility of those administering the program to schedule the length of playing seasons, the frequency of practice sessions, and the number of contests so that they shall not unreasonably conflict with students obligations to attend class regularly, to study, to develop their intellectual, moral, and social faculties, and to graduate from the university as educated men and women. The men’s program at Colorado Mesa University includes baseball, basketball, football, golf, soccer, swimming, tennis, lacrosse, cross country, track and field, triathlon and wrestling. Basketball, cross country, golf, beach volleyball, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, lacrosse, track and field, triathlon, volleyball, and wrestling are available to women.

Colorado Mesa University also offers competitive cheerleading.

International Student Admissions and Programs Office

Rotary Hall • 970.248.1802

The International Student Admissions and Programs Office oversees international student admissions and recruitment, international student services and advising, international initiatives and development, international student programming, and study abroad.


Lowell Heiny Hall, First Floor
IRIS Website

CMU provides students holistic advising through the Integrated Resources for Information and Solutions (IRIS) center, where we assist students with anything from academic advising to financial counseling. Our mission is to advise and empower students to achieve their professional, educational, and financial goals by providing accurate, individualized support in their journey from admission to graduation.

Services provided at the IRIS center include:

  • First year advisor for all new incoming freshman, including students admitted to the Compass program, GOALS program, and students returning from academic suspension
  • Provide general academic advising by assisting in course selection and registration
  • Guide students in major exploration and assist with strategies for academic success
  • Educate about administrative campus policies and procedures
  • Explain and complete the financial aid process
  • Help with understanding the student account and billing statement
  • Assist with making payments and setting up payment plans
  • Support through financial counseling
  • Connect students with campus resources and departments

The IRIS team is here to assist students with advising, registration, billing, and financial aid – so when you have a question, just remember … askIRIS!

John U. Tomlinson Library


Tomlinson Library is a welcoming, comfortable environment, providing assistance from professional librarians, reservable study rooms, 24-hour study space, computers, printers, scanners, IT support, convenient dining options, outdoor seating with a fire pit, and much more.

The library collection includes over a million books, e-books, and audio-visual materials. Also available are over 200 databases which include access to full-text academic journals and other online resources. Additional materials are available for borrowing from many academic, research, and public libraries throughout Colorado and beyond. Materials can be delivered to the Montrose campus and Western Colorado Community College.

Librarians provide personalized research assistance to patrons. Faculty can request information literacy instruction from librarians to help students identify, evaluate, and ethically use information sources within and beyond the Library. Individualized research assistance is available at our Research Help Desk, by online chat, telephone, or email. Library staff are happy to answer any questions about the library’s resources or services.

Little Mavericks and Mini Mavericks Learning Centers

Little Mavs
1704 N 8th Street

Mini Mavs
880 Mesa Avenue

Childcare is available year-round for children of Colorado Mesa University students, faculty, and staff, plus community, in that priority order, on a first-come-first-serve basis. Mini Mavs serves infants six weeks old up to three years of age. Little Mavs serves children ages two through six years. For further information, visit our website or email us at

MAVcard Student ID

University Center

The Colorado Mesa University MAVcard is your key to campus services at Colorado Mesa University. The MAVcard can be used at a variety of locations around campus which includes few places like Starbucks, Chick Fil A, The Caf,  Hamilton Recreation Center, Residence Halls, CMU Athletic games, and Student Life events. It can also be used at off-campus merchants’ location such as Mountain Grind Coffee Company, Bravo Pizza, Domino’s Pizza, Sugar & Co., Jimmy John’s (on 12th Street) and The Scramble at WCCC. The MAVcard can be enhanced by linking it to a U.S. Bank checking account, allowing your MAVcard to become your debit card. You also benefit from linking by receiving free ATM usage and direct deposits.

National Student Exchange Program (NSE)

Registrar’s Office • 970.248.1813

Colorado Mesa University is a member of the National Student Exchange Program. NSE is a consortium of over 160 colleges and universities in the United States, its territories, and Canada. Colorado Mesa University students may be able to participate in this program at in-state tuition rates for up to one academic year and receive full credit for course work completed while on exchange. For further information, contact the Registrar’s Office or visit CMU's National Student Exchange website.

Student Accounts

Lowell Heiny Hall IRIS Desk • 970.248.1177

Student Accounts is responsible for student billing, collection of tuition, fees and other charges, as well as, refunding excess Financial Aid to Students. We administer various payment options and schedules (such as the campus tuition payment plan) to ensure bills are paid on time without penalty. For detailed information concerning the various costs and fess a student may incur and payment options please visit the Student Accounts website. 

Student Services

Anchored by a fundamental commitment to student learning, character development, and student success, the Colorado Mesa University Student Services division strives to actively engage students of all backgrounds with intentional and purposeful on- and off-campus services and activities.

The departments within Student Services include IRIS, Student Life, the University Center, Residence Life, Admissions, International Programs, Financial Aid, Diversity and Inclusion, Campus Safety, Campus Recreation, as well as Student Health and Counseling Services. Within these departments, dedicated staff will engage, serve, and mentor students to help them succeed both inside and outside of the classroom. Additionally, staff within Student Services is dedicated to providing quality customer service to students, faculty, staff, alumni, and guests.  For additional information please visit the Student Services website.

Student Success & Engagement

Lowell Heiney Hall, 1st Floor • 970.248.1340

Student Success & Engagement (SSE) encompasses different academic support services including Compass (previously PB), GOALS, mentoring, scholarship support services, first generation student support and TRIO SSS (Regular and STEM) among other support services.

SSE takes an personalized approach that is tailored to the individual student through one-on-one interactions with an SSE advisor for support. SSE has both professional Advisors and Peer Academic Coaches who will assist students with all aspects of their academic experience including gaining their academic footing, academic advising, mentoring and identify majors and careers they are interested in pursuing while providing a friendly face on campus that they can go ask any question that they may be having.

Students within the GOALS program are admitted into an Associate’s degree upon acceptance to CMU. The GOALS program provides students with support to build skills needed to succeed both in and out of the classroom. The GOALS program supports students to pursue a pathway toward a major and degree best suited for them.

The students within the PB program fall between the Associate and Baccalaureate admission requirements for acceptance to CMU. The PB program gives students the opportunity to pursue a bachelor’s degree while receiving additional advising and academic support. The primary role of the OSS is to assist the PB students in developing the skills they need to successfully transition to their desired Baccalaureate program. 

Parking Services

Student Wellness Center 212 & 213

A parking permit is required to park on campus year-round. Students and University faculty/staff members who wish to park on campus may purchase parking permits for designated areas. Your license plate is your permit (after it is registered, and the permit fee is paid). Multiple vehicles can be registered, but only one vehicle may be parked on campus. A parking permit does not guarantee a parking space but allows on-campus parking when such space is available. Pay to Park, Reserved Lots, loading zones, handicapped spaces, and fire lanes are enforced all year, even during college breaks, move in and move out. Visit the Parking Services website for more information.

Registrar’s Office

Lowell Heiny Hall, Fourth Floor

The Registrar’s Office provides a variety of enrollment and academic records services. Enrollment services include readmission to Colorado Mesa University, course setup, course registration, enrollment appeals, evaluation of transfer credits and Veteran's benefits certification. Academic records services include issuing official transcripts, verification of enrollment, student demographic updates such as change of address, and answering questions about release of information that is protected by federal law. Additional services include certifying degree requirements for graduation, issuing degrees, publishing the academic calendar, and academic room scheduling. For more detailed information on any of the services, please visit the Registrar's Office website.

Student Diversity, Advocacy and Health

Student Wellness Center • 970.248.1754

The Student Diversity, Advocacy and Health office works alongside the office of Student Services to support a diverse student body of Colorado Mesa University. This office specializes in problem solving and helping students to become better informed and grow as adults; whether these decisions involve classes or any other aspect of university life. Student Diversity, Advocacy and Health department provides students with real life inclusion experiences by interacting and learning together to respect a broad range of people from diverse backgrounds. This office offers an arena for students to have a greater appreciation and understanding of inclusion and diversity so they are prepared to take on leadership roles in society. This office supports student wellness on campus, provides access to medical and behavioral health service providers, and links students to supportive resources on campus.  

Student Life

University Center, Room 212

There are a number of student fee-funded organizations that are administered by Colorado Mesa University students including the following:

  • Associated Student Government (ASG): ASG is the representative body and official voice of the students. The ASG operates through the General Assembly, a legislative body composed of students elected by the student body. Students involved in ASG have an opportunity to gain leadership skills by representing student opinions to the CMU administration and the University’s Board of Trustees, and they are responsible for reviewing and administering student fee requests. Visit the Associated Student Government page for more details. 
  • Campus Design Studio (CDS): The Campus Design Studio is a student-run organization that provides high quality graphic design work for student clubs and organizations, on campus departments, and off-campus clients. The Campus Design Studio is responsible for most on-campus student publicity, including the Stall Street Journal.

  • Club Advisory Board (CAB): Many student clubs and organizations exist at Colorado Mesa University. Currently CMU has over 125 active clubs on campus including honor societies, academic clubs, general interest clubs, fraternities and sororities, faith-based clubs and volunteer and activist clubs, which allow students to meet other students who share similar interests. A list of current active clubs and organizations can be viewed on Presence (CMU’s student engagement software).
  • CMU-TV: A student operated and managed television station, which broadcasts from the CMU campus on cablevision. CMU-TV normally provides news and sports twice per week. Although most staff members and managers are Mass Communication majors, students in all academic disciplines are encouraged to join CMU-TV to gain professional experience in television. The studio is located on the first floor of Escalante Hall in room 112.

  • The Criterion: A bi-weekly student-published newspaper, covers campus news and represents student views on local, regional, and national issues. The Crite has been the voice of the students since 1931 – making it one of the oldest and longest running organizations at CMU. Visit their website to see articles and learn how to contribute.

  • Cultural Inclusion Council (CIC): This board offers leadership experiences for students and organizes programs to educate students regarding multiculturalism. Member groups include the Black Student Alliance (BSA), Genders & Sexualities Alliance (GSA), Ho’olokahi Polynesian Alliance (HPA), International Student Alliance (ISA), Latino Student Alliance (LSA) and Native American Student Association (NASA). Visit the Cultural Inclusion Council page for more details. 
  • Greek Executive Council (GEC): This council is made up of leaders of the sororities (Alpha Sigma Alpha, Gamma Phi Beta) and fraternities (Kappa Sigma, Theta Xi). This group works to provide opportunities while at CMU, including lifelong friendships, academic excellence, philanthropy, and a commitment to inclusion and diversity.

  • Horizon Magazine: Horizon Magazine is a full-color student magazine produced at least once each semester by CMU students. Horizon is a general interest magazine that contains feature articles and photography of the people, places and events that make up the community. Two thousand copies are distributed around campus and many other locations in Grand Junction. The magazine has expanded its reach by creating a full website, containing the content from each issue.

  • Intramural Sports: now offering more than 30 different sports IM sports are a fun way to meet people and stay active. Leagues are always forming and run from one day tournaments to 8-week competition. Sports range from flag football, softball, racket-ball, battleships and many more. Visit the Colorado Mesa University Intramural Sports page for more details. 
  • KMSA 91.3FM: Established in 1975, KMSA is CMU’s student-fun radio station. Student DJ’s host their own shows in a variety of genres – music for the Mavs. You can listen locally on 91.3FM or stream on the website. 

  • Literary Review: The Literary Review publishes short stories, short fiction, poetry, and art created by CMU students and is printed yearly in the spring. While it typically accepts only works created by Colorado Mesa University 's full-time students, who pay student fees, the publication nevertheless encourages students taking at least one three-hour course at CMU to submit creative pieces, whether that course is offered on campus or on-line.

  • MAVrides: Provides free and safe rides to all CMU students every Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights from 9pm-3am during the fall and spring semesters. Call for a ride or volunteer as a driver 970-248-2222, or visit the MAVrides page for more details.  
  • Media Organizations: These organizations include the student newspaper The Criterion, the student radio station KMSA 91.3 FM, the literary and art publication Literary Review, the Campus Design Studio and the Horizon Magazine. Each of these groups is professionally advised by faculty members and utilizes the latest equipment employed in their fields. 
  • Outdoor Program: This group is CMU’s headquarters for outdoor adventure and education. The Outdoor Program organizes trips and classes including whitewater rafting, rock climbing, and skiing. The rental center is located off North Avenue between Houston Hall and Lucero Hall. Rent mountain bikes, canoes, kayaks, cross-country skis, backpacks, and other gear. More details are available on the Outdoor Program website.  
  • Performing Arts Organizations: While not technically organizations under Student Life, all CMU students are encouraged to audition to join a musical group, participate in theatre, or be part of a dance performance. Performances in the arts are highly regarded at Colorado Mesa University and are well attended by students and the community. Please visit Arts at CMU for more information about programs, organizations, and shows.
  • Programming Activities Council (PAC): PAC is responsible for Welcome Week, Homecoming and the spring concert as well as other entertainment activities including concerts, movies, dances, comedians, hypnotists and speakers. Best of all, every one of the over 100 yearly events are free for all CMU students. Details about the council and activities are provided on the Programming Activities Council page.  
  • Sustainability Council: Committed to providing sustainable solutions to CMU, the Sustainability Council oversees a recycling program, a campus garden and compost facility, and a restoring program that receives donated goods from exiting CMU residents to be purchased by incoming students the next fall.  

Student Wellness Center (SWC)

1060 Orchard Avenue, Suite O

Good health, both physical and emotional, is an important factor in successful college work. It is the goal of the Student Wellness Center to provide competent, accessible and comprehensive health care and wellness to all CMU students who have a valid student I.D. card regardless of the number of credit hours carried.

Medical Services

Like your family physician, the SWC provides a source of basic medical assistance for all CMU students. Outpatient health services are contracted with Community Hospital and students are required to pay a $15.00 co-pay for all health services received at the SWC. The primary services provided are: first aid, dispensing of simple medications, assessment and referral to specialty physicians and dentists, providing counsel for personal health problems, simple physicals, screenings and limited lab tests for a nominal fee. Health services are provided by registered nurses, physicians and practitioners in providing a complement of health care. The physician/practitioner provides students with an initial health assessment and evaluation, treats minor illnesses, and refers students for hospitalization or specialized treatment as needed. A registered nurse is available to answer questions and provide medical information.

Behavioral Health Services

All CMU students are eligible for counseling services for a $10 copay. Students can access and referrals can be made through any office on campus directly by calling the SWC to set up an appointment. These services are provided by licensed/certified counselors and are designed to support students in assisting them with any of life’s challenges that maybe affecting their academic life.

Empowerment Classes

These classes are designed to support students in making adjustments to life’s transitions and the changes in their lives. These classes are based on Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) approaches that focuses on the aspects of mindfulness, emotional regulation, distress tolerance and interpersonal effectiveness.

Prime for Life Classes (PFL)

These classes are designed to address substance misuse and prevention. The University, which is an active participant in the Mesa County Prevention Policy Board, supports the concepts of proactive prevention as part of the University’s overall policy of maintaining a safe and healthy campus. PFL is an evidenced-based, state approved curriculum for substance abuse prevention and is a harm reduction model that focuses on healthy lifestyle choices.

Behavioral Health Services are provided Monday-Saturday from 8am to 6pm for scheduled appointments. Students can schedule an appointment by stopping by the SWC or by calling 970.644.3740.

Hours of Operation

Monday–Saturday: 8am–6pm
Sunday: Noon–4pm

Medical walk in times are available during regular office hours and students can schedule a medical appointment online by selecting the Schedule Appointment Online button on the Student Wellness Center website or by calling 970.644.3740.

Study Abroad 

Rotary Hall • 970.248.1802

In addition to developing direct agreements with foreign institutions for exchange opportunities, Colorado Mesa University is part of the International Student Exchange Program (ISEP). ISEP is a worldwide network of over 150 colleges and universities in over 50 countries. CMU students who choose to study abroad for a semester or academic year on ISEP "exchange" pay CMU tuition/fees and room/board during the semester/year abroad. Students may also choose to go "direct" and pay ISEP directly for their summer, fall, or full year study abroad. Visit CMU's Study Abroad webpage or contact the Office of International Student Admissions and Programs for more information on all study abroad opportunities available to CMU students. 

Testing Center

Houston Hall, Room 123

Testing Center Website

The Testing Center services include, but are not limited to, examinations required for admission to graduate and professional schools, examinations for proficiency and certification in nursing and teaching, the credit by examination program, and community-based testing opportunities.

Transfer Services

Admissions Office

The Center for Transfer Services, within the Admissions Office, assists students transferring into Colorado Mesa University from other institutions. Services include preliminary transcript evaluation, education planning, transition to academic departments, and resolution of transfer problems. Transfer Services staff is available by appointment and for walk-ins. As part of the Admissions Office, the Center works closely with the Registrar’s Office to provide students with information about their transfer credits and how those credits may be applied to the student’s intended major.

TRIO Student Support Services: Regular or STEM

Houston Hall, REGULAR: Room 125 A–D and STEM: In the TLC H114 A-B & 112C

Colorado Mesa University has two (2) TRIO Student Support Services (TRIO-SSS) Programs. The Regular SSS Program serves all CMU majors. The STEM SSS program serves: Science, Technology, Engineering (if graduating from CMU), Mathematics and Health Sciences. TRIO-SSS assists participants in achieving their academic, personal and career goals. TRIO acts as a home base and its purpose is to increase the retention and graduation rates of the participants. Students apply to join the program and active participants are supported in a variety of areas including: individualized tutoring, academic advising, personal counseling, financial aid advising, peer coaching, personal financial literacy and career development. To be eligible for TRIO you must plan on finishing a four year degree from CMU, be a first generation college student and/or meet income qualifications and/or have a documented disability. TRIO is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education and Colorado Mesa University, a department within Student Success and Engagement. For more information, visit the TRIO Student Support Services (TRIO-SSS) website.

Tutorial Learning Center

Houston Hall, Room 113

The Tutorial Learning Center (TLC) provides free walk-in tutoring for a variety of courses and subjects. Students who would like to improve their writing skills, work through math, science, or other technical concepts, review material for any subject, or get one-on-one assistance and support from other successful students are all encouraged to come to the TLC. Qualified peer tutors, recommended by faculty, are trained to help students with their academic endeavors. The central goals of peer tutors are to help students become more independent with their learning and to create opportunities for student success.

Online Tutoring

Online tutoring is offered for most subjects through TLC/Writing Center App on Mavzone. Tutors work with students through D2L, TEAMS or Zoom.

Veteran Services

Houston Hall, Room 121

Veteran Services certifies students who are utilizing veteran education benefits while attending CMU. Trained staff and student workers can answer questions related to applying for, transferring, and using these benefits. Veterans, dependents, and active duty military can also get help with registration and schedule changes. Tutoring is available through our PAVE (Peer Advisors for Veteran Education) program. Applications, to apply for the Veteran Laptop Project, may be picked up if you want to rent a laptop for the semester. For more information, visit the Veterans Services website.

WCCC Student Services/IRIS

Building B, Room 102

As a satellite office for IRIS (Integrated Resources for Information and Solutions), Student Services staff at Western Colorado Community College are available to assist students with a number of services including academic advising, registering for classes, financial aid assistance, help understanding their bill and setting up payment plans, taking tuition payments, conducting campus tours, and answering questions about our one year certificates and two year associate degrees. Student Services also administers the concurrent enrollment program that allows high school students to take college classes.

Writing Center

Houston Hall, Room 223
970.248.2208 or 970.248.1392

The Writing Center serves students across all disciplines and various stages of the writing process. We provide support for students to assimilate into the writing conventions of the university and into their specific academic disciplines. It is free for all CMU students. There is online and in person tutoring, group tutoring and English Language Learner support.